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New York Jets: Shaka Toney, DE/OLB, Penn State
The Jets signed Carl Lawson, but they still need to add another pass rusher.
Pick change; previously K.J. Britt, LB
Houston Texans: David Moore, G, Grambling
The Texans traded for Marcus Cannon, but they still need to improve their blocking.
Atlanta Falcons: Daelin Hayes, DE/OLB, Notre Dame
The Falcons can't seem to fix their edge rush, so they'll have to keep adding players to help in that regard.
Cincinnati Bengals: Royce Newman, G, Ole Miss
Here's more offensive line help for the Bengals, who need to do everything in their power to protect Joe Burrow.
Royce Neman played tackle at Ole Miss, but will have to move to guard in the NFL.
Philadelphia Eagles: Trill Williams, CB, Syracuse
The Eagles need to spend multiple upgrades on their secondary to finally fix their woeful pass defense.
Carolina Panthers: Tony Poljan, TE, Virginia
The Panthers signed Dan Arnold, but here's a potential long-term solution at tight end.
Denver Broncos: Kylin Hill, RB, Mississippi State
The Broncos foolishly dumped Phillip Lindsay, so they'll need another running back.
New York Giants: Nick Collins, WR, Michigan
The Giants could add receiving depth on the third day of the 2021 NFL Draft.
Pick change; previously Shaka Toney, DE/OLB
Detroit Lions: Divine Deablo, S, Virginia Tech
The Lions will have to target numerous defensive backs to fix their woeful secondary.
San Francisco 49ers: Jimmy Morissey, C, Pittsburgh
The 49ers signed Alex Mack, but he's just a short-term solution at center.
Miami Dolphins: Malcolm Koonce, DE/OLB, Buffalo
The Dolphins could target another edge rusher, given that it was a problem area for them last year.
Minnesota Vikings: Amen Ogbongbemiga, LB, Oklahoma State
Minnesota's lack of linebacker depth was exposed when the team lost Eric Kendricks and Anthony Barr to injury. The Vikings could fix that problem with a mid-round pick.
Pick change; previously Marcus Murphy, S
Houston Texans: Elerson Smith, DE/OLB, Northern Iowa
The Texans need to continue to fix their weak front seven.
Los Angeles Chargers: Ambry Thomas, CB, Michigan
The Chargers just cut Casey Hayward, so they'll need to address their cornerback situation.
Arizona Cardinals: Jahad Woods, LB, Washington State
Haason Reddick is an impending free agent, so he'll need to be replaced if he leaves.
Buffalo Bills: Thomas Graham Jr., CB, Oregon
The Bills re-signed Levi Wallace, but they still have depth issues at cornerback.
Las Vegas Raiders: Ben Cleveland, G, Georgia
A third offensive lineman is needed after the Raiders gutted their blocking group this offseason.
Washington Redskins: Tuf Borland, LB, Ohio State
The Redskins have issues at linebacker, so they may take two players at the position.
Chicago Bears: Jake Curhan, OT, California
A second offensive tackle for the Bears, who needed to address the position even before cutting Bobby Massie.
Indianapolis Colts: Rakeem Boyd, RB, Arkansas
The Colts may want to add to their running back depth in the wake of Marlon Mack's departure.
Tennessee Titans: Marco Wilson, CB, Florida
The Titans' top two weaknesses last year were their pass rush and their cornerback play, so here's some help for the latter situation.
Las Vegas Raiders: Robert Hainsey, G, Notre Dame
The Raiders need as much offensive line help as possible.
Minnesota Vikings: Noah Gray, TE, Duke
The Vikings cut Kyle Rudolph, so they'll need to find another tight end.
Cleveland Browns: Quinn Meinerz, G, Wisconsin-Whitewater
The Browns could use a mid-round pick to add to their offensive line depth, given how important the blocking is for Baker Mayfield (based on his improvement from 2019 to 2020.)
Jacksonville Jaguars: Charles Snowden, DE, Virginia
Here's another pass rusher for the Jaguars, who will need to place lots of pressure on Carson Wentz.
Baltimore Ravens: Walker Little, OT, Stanford
The Ravens could still lose a starting tackle this offseason, so here's a potential replacement.
San Francisco 49ers: Darrick Forrest, S, Cincinnati
The 49ers re-signed Jaquiski Tartt, but only for one more year. Here's some depth at safety.
Green Bay Packers: D'Ante Smith, OT, East Carolina
The Packers released Rick Wagner, which will be a huge problem if he's not replaced.
Buffalo Bills: Garret Wallow, LB, TCU
The Bills had problems at linebacker when Matt Milano got hurt last year, so better depth is needed.
Kansas City Chiefs: Cornell Powell, WR, Clemson
Here's another receiver in the wake of Sammy Watkins' departure.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Erroll Thompson, LB, Mississippi State
Lavonte David was just re-signed, but he won't be around much longer now that he's well into his 30s.
New England Patriots: Anthony Schwartz, WR, Auburn
The Patriots could add another receiver if they begin to have buyer's remorse after overpaying two pedestrian players at the position.
Green Bay Packers: Amon-Ra St. Brown, WR, USC
The Packers really need to shore up their run defense, so multiple picks could be used on the defensive line.
Amon-Ra St. Brown had a big sophomore campaign, catching 60 passes for 750 yards and three touchdowns.
Dallas Cowboys: Deonte Brown, G, Alabama
Here's another offensive line pick for the Cowboys in case they have injury woes again.
Deonte Brown's strength is blasting open huge holes for his running backs, but he's also a solid pass protector.
San Francisco 49ers: Larry Rountree, RB, Missouri
I expect the 49ers to add a running back at some point on Day 3, given that they pay lots of attention to the position.
Kansas City Chiefs: Kenny Yeboah, TE, Ole Miss
Andy Reid likes using multi-tight end formations, so the Chiefs could add a tight end at some point in the final few rounds.
Atlanta Falcons: Tyree Johnson, DE/OLB, Texas A&M
The Falcons could add multiple edge rushers, given their issues with getting to the quarterback.
Atlanta Falcons: D'Wayne Eskridge, WR, Western Michigan
The Falcons should add multiple players to their defensive line in order to beat Tom Brady.
Baltimore Ravens: Neil Farrell, NT, LSU
The Ravens could stand to add some depth on their defensive line, given some of the aging players there.